I recently started a new job and quickly realized that the employer somewhat oversold themselves and their "culture" in the interviews.
I know that the first few weeks can be frustrating, so I'm going to give this new job a chance. After all, the probation period is 6 months, so I have plenty of time to make a decision. At the same time, I'd like to be prepared for the eventuality of picking up my job search again.
Is there anything I need to be aware of when applying elsewhere while I'm still under probation with my current employer?
Some additional comments:
In related questions I've seen the recommendation to quit early and not even mention the short stint on your resume, but one of the reasons I picked this job is that I'm learning useful skills that will greatly broaden my prospects for future employment. That means I absolutely want to list this job and the project I'm working on in my CV.
Once probation ends, a harsh post-contractual non-compete clause will kick in, so staying longer would only really be worth it if I stay significantly longer.